Isabel Izquierdo Peraile is Director of Programmes at Acción Cultural Española.
She has a PHD in History (Archeology specialty) from the University of Valencia (1998), extraordinary award for Bachelor and Doctorate. A specialist in protohistoric archeology, iconography and ancient art, she has developed her investigative and teaching facet, participating from 1995 to the present in research projects, with international stays.
She belongs to the Body of Conservators of State Museums of Spain since 2001. From 2005 to 2014 she was head of the Planning Service of State Museums, where she developed, among other functions of programming, coordination and training, the management of infrastructure projects in different museums: ARQVA, Córdoba, Oviedo, Ibiza or the comprehensive reform of the National Archaeological Museum (2014), among others.
Advisory member of the General Directorate of Fine Arts, head of its Support Unit from 2015 to September 2020, she has been responsible for the cabinet of its holder, coordinating functions and cross-cutting projects between the different General Subdirectorates; managing the dialogue with cabinets and units, inside and outside the Ministry of Culture, in matters of budget management, parliamentary, human resources, agreements, communication, protocol, agenda, etc.
She has published more than a hundred works on archaeological heritage, museology and planning. On October 2, 2020, she was appointed Director of Programmes at AC/E, by the entity's Board of Directors.